Category Archives: My Tech

My Tech: DJI Mini 2 SE – Accessories

Hensych Portable Carrying Case

For drone enthusiasts, the DJI Mini 2 SE is a prized possession that promises adventure and excitement. But with great tech comes great responsibility, and protecting your drone is paramount. Enter the Hensych Portable Carrying Case, a protective storage bag designed specifically for your DJI Mini 2 SE.

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My Tech: DJI Mini 2 SE

Photography has been a passing hobby of mine for several years and over the past few months I’ve been watching several drone pilots and impressed by the pictures and video footage they can obtain. The DJI range of consumer drones seems to be very popular with amateur pilots, and after a little research I decided on the DJI Mini 2 SE, it seemed to meet my budget and given my inexperience was recommended as a beginner drone.

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Gaming: Blood Bowl 2 – Campaign Part 8

Team morale is at an all-time low. The encounter with the Gouged Eye has left the Reavers with some serious injuries. Along with the death of Blitzer Olbrecht Urquhart, there are injuries to Ogre, Dar Mangler and Lineman, Wolfgang Fritz, keeping them on the sidelines for the foreseeable future. Now the Reavers travel to the Dwarf Dome, home of the mighty Warhammers. Infamous for their use of illegal death machines, the Reavers depleted squad will need to use all their experience to claim victory and keep their season alive.

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Gaming: Blood Bowl 2 – Campaign Part 7

It’s matchday seven of the regular season and the Reavers are back at their home stadium, the Aldorf Oldbowl, the scene of many famous victories. This time the Reavers welcome their fiercest rivals and current Blood Bowl champions, the Gouged Eye. Formed in 2403, and led by the famous Orc Blitzer, Varag Ghoul-Chewer, the Gouged Eye are one of the most brutal sides of the modern era. This is a big game, for both sides, stay tuned.

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Gaming: Blood Bowl 2 – Campaign Part 6

The sleeping giant that is the Reikland Reavers march on, and after a laboured win against the Paladins, the pressure on the new head coach is as intense as ever. Boosted by the return of star player, The Mighty Zug, the Reavers should be well prepared to take on their next challenge, the Naggaroth Nightmares. Formed in 2489 the Nightmares are a vicious Dark Elf side, their speed and agility second to none, their witch elves will be looking to end the Reavers winning streak. Can the human side overcome their latest challenge?

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Gaming: Blood Bowl 2 – Campaign Part 5

After overpowering the Charioteers, the Reavers take their 4-0 record to the Colosseum, home of the Gisoreux Paladins. With the Reavers squad boosted by two new signings and rumours circulating that one of their former stars is watching from the stands, the pressure is on, the Reavers must deliver. Let’s see how they get on.

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Gaming: Blood Bowl 2 – Campaign Part 1

Its the last week of January 2021, and I at home, stuck in lock-down again. Fortunately, elite sport is continuing which is helping pass the time. The England cricket team are on tour in Sri Lanka, the Premier League is slowly simmering into what looks like a very interesting conclusion come May, but sport alone cant keep occupied for who knows how long during these long winter months. I suspect lock-down will last well into March and probably into April. So with this in mind I thought trying something different would be worth a go, and hopefully fun.

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Gaming: Mass Effect Play Through

Mass Effect, released in 2007 is a third-person adventure/action shooter video game created by the legendary software house Bioware. It tells the story of Commander Shepherd, the first human SPECTRE who is sent on a mission by the Citadel Council to track down Saren, a rogue Turian SPECTRE who had led attacks on various outposts in Citadel space.

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Blog: Building a Plex Media Server

If you’re anything like me, you have a considerable amount of downloaded content (music, tv shows, movies) stored away on a desktop PC. Over the years this library has grown considerably and back in the day before the plethora of mobile devices we now own, having this only available on the desktop was fine. However, in 2017 this ‘stuff’ needs to be accessible on all your devices.

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